|False Testimony And Jurisprudence In The Service Of Justice - Yitzhak|
Halachic perspectives on false testimony and jurisprudence in the service of justice.
Keywords: justice; jurisprudence; lying; testimony; unanimity; due process
|Edgar Steele framed by Bill Maher's cousin the terrorist bomber assassin 2 - RBN Radio|
"In the 21st Century, everything about the U.S. government is a fraud." -Wesley Hoyt, former prosecutor and attorney for Cyndi Steele, Rick Adams Radio Show on Republic Boadcasting Network, 19 May 2011 http://republicbroadcasting.org Rick Adams Radio Interview Part 1: http://www.archive.org/details/EdgarSteeleFramedByBillMahersCousinTheTerroristBomberAssassin Rick Adams Radio Interview Part 2: http://www.archive.org/details/EdgarSteeleFramedByBillMahersCousinTheTerroristBomberAssassin2 Attorney ...
Keywords: constitutional law; due process; dirty cops; FBI
|Edgar Steele framed by Bill Maher's cousin the terrorist bomber assassin - RBN Radio|
"In the 21st Century, everything about the U.S. government is a lie." -Wesley Hoyt, former prosecutor and attorney for Cyndi Steele, Rick Adams Radio Show on Republic Boadcasting Network, 19 May 2011 http://republicbroadcasting.org Rick Adams Radio Interview Part 1: http://www.archive.org/details/EdgarSteeleFramedByBillMahersCousinTheTerroristBomberAssassin Rick Adams Radio Interview Part 2: http://www.archive.org/details/EdgarSteeleFramedByBillMahersCousinTheTerroristBomberAssassin2 Attorney Ed...
Keywords: constitutional law; due process; dirty cops
|Due process of law : in relation to statutory uncertainty and constructive offences, giving much needed enlightenment to legislators bar and bench - Schroeder, Theodore Albert, 1864-1953|
Keywords: Due process of law -- United States
|Due process of law under the federal Constitution - McGehee, Lucius Polk|
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Keywords: Constitutional law; Due process of law
|Due process in security clearance determinations : joint hearing before the Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary and the Subcommittee on the Civil Service of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, May 5, 1993 - United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights|
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Security clearances -- United States; Due process of law -- United States
|Estudos de direito processual - Clovis Juarez Kemmerich|
Quatro estudos de Direito Processual: 1 O principio do devido processo legal procedimental, 2 Sistemas de apreciacao da prova, 3 O conceito de sentenca civel no direito brasileiro, 4 O formalismo no conhecimento do agravo de instrumento. Studies on procedural law: procedural due process of law, systems of proof evaluation, the concept of sentence (final judgment) in the Brazilian law, the role of formal requirements in the admission of the bill of review.
Keywords: legal principles; procedural due process of law; constitutional law
|Principles In Liberty #33 - Sanford Staab|
Recorded on 12/30/2008 00:52 Fixing Due Process to get at the spirit of the law. 01:28 Plea bargin fix 02:07 Example: a serial killer situation from Alaska from Preston 03:06 Letting serial killers go to justify the cost of the justice system. 04:45 Example where a defense attorney is good. 05:55 Democracy kills justice 06:20 Really bad crimes in Alaska litany 07:26 Why this happens. No Ethics. 08:30 more crimes 12:20 Divorce as a cause of some murders 13:47 Every 3 months a guy kills his family...
Keywords: IRS; Republican Party Elections; Divorce; Crimes; Serial Killers; Due Process
|Judicial redefinition of state action in regard to due process issues in nonpublic educational institutions - Murphy, Dennis Dailey, 1947-|
Keywords: United States; Constitutional amendments; Private schools; Due process of law
Keywords: Beyond the Pale; WBAI; Petra Bartosiewicz; Terrorism; Civil Rights; Fair Trial; Due Process; Solitary
|ERIC ED254000: Due Process: Developing Criteria for the Evaluation of Due Process Procedural Safeguards Provisions. Exploring Issues in the Implementation of P.L. 94-142. - ERIC|
Three papers were commissioned to address ways of evaluating implementation of the due process procedural safeguards provision of P.L. 94-142, the Education for All Handicapped Children Act. Milton Budoff presents a social science view in "Implementing Due Process Safeguards: From the User's Viewpoint." Donald Bersoff follows with an in-depth explanation of due process safeguards for parents, children, and school systems ("Procedural Safeguards")...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compliance (Legal); Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Program Implementation
|ERIC ED255790: Preventive Detention of Juveniles. Hearing before the Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice of the Committee on the Judiciary. United States Senate, Ninety-Eighth Congress, Second Session. Oversight Hearing to Review the Recent Supreme Court Decision Relating to the Pretrial Detention of Juvenile Offenders. Serial No. J-98-145. - ERIC|
This document contains prepared statements and witness testimony from the Congressional hearing on the pretrial detention of juveniles. The opening statement of Senator Arlen Specter, subcommittee chairman, is presented, focusing on the concerns arising from the Supreme Court decision in the case of Schall versus Martin (New York) which supports the constitutionality of preventive detention for juveniles...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Childrens Rights; Crime Prevention; Delinquency; Due Process; Hearings; Juvenile Courts
|ERIC ED312854: Preparation for Special Education Hearings: A Practical Guide to Lessening the Trauma of Due Process Hearings. - ERIC|
One of the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Education of the Handicapped Act is the right to an impartial due process hearing. Such hearings are often difficult and emotionally draining experiences. They need not be so difficult, however, because proper and sensitive preparation for a hearing can minimize its negative emotional impact. This monograph presents fundamental information about the hearing process, followed by a practical step-by-step guide to help school system personnel prepare ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Child Advocacy; Coping; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Hearings; School Counseling; Student Rights
|ERIC ED382144: DOD Service Academies: Comparison of Honor and Conduct Adjudicatory Processes. Report to Congressional Committees. - ERIC|
This report describes and compares the honor and conduct systems at the Department of Defense's service academies and describes the attitudes and perceptions of students toward these systems. Principal findings included the following: (1) academy honor systems differ regarding toleration and standards of proof; (2) honor systems provide the majority of due process protections, while limiting others (such as the right to representation by counsel); (3) what constitutes an honor violation is uncle...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Codes of Ethics; Discipline Policy; Due Process; Higher Education; Military Schools; Student Attitudes
|Music Free Static Episode 113 - Randall Smith|
_______________________________ MUSIC FREE STATIC EPISODE 113 _______________________________Table of Contents_________________1 0:00:00 Introduction2 0:01:49 Community3 0:41:59 Ad: Audible.com4 0:45:49 Due Process5 CopyrightOriginally posted at http://youtu.be/hNMgHMZD8VQ1 0:00:00 Introduction====================== Welcome to Music Free Static. This is episode 113 recorded on August 30th, 2014. New shows air every Saturday. Become a patron of Music Free Static at [htt...
Keywords: politics; NFL; domestic violence; sexual assault; community; due process; conservative; libertarian
|ERIC ED235668: Department of Defense Dependents Schools Special Education Dispute Management System. - ERIC|
The regulations outline procedures and policies for resolving disputes in special education in the U.S. Department of Defense Dependents schools. Processes involved in conferences, mediation, and due process hearings concerning issues of identification, eligibility, individualized education programs, or programing are outlined. At each of the three levels (conference, mediation, due process hearing) information is specified regarding responsible official, membership, procedure, results, and dist...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Arbitration; Conflict Resolution; Decision Making; Dependents Schools; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Hearings
|Due process of law and the equal protection of the laws : a treatise based, in the main, on the cases in which the Supreme Court of the United States has granted or denied relief upon the one ground or the other - Taylor, Hannis, 1851-1922|
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Constitutional law; Administrative law; Due process of law; Equality before the law
|Lesson 38: Due Process and Criminal Rights|
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Keywords: Due Process; Self-Incrimination; Trials, Rights; Capital Punishment; American Government; Advanced Placement
|Lettre à M. La Luzerne, ministre de la Marine - Bouvier, Godefroy-Gédéon-Antoine.|
Keywords: La Luzerne, César Henri, comte de, 1737-1799; Due process of law
|Dan Sawyer and Friends discuss Police Provocateur Activity RBC Arson - Jane Scharf|
Dan Sawyer, Amy Miller, John Hollingsworth, Pete Blais,
Keywords: police provocateur; due process; RBC Arson; Dan Sawyer; Amy Miller; John Hollingsworth; Pete Blais
|ERIC ED266568: Handicapped Children's Protection Act: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Select Education of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Ninety-Ninth Congress, First Session on H.R. 1523 to Amend the Education of the Handicapped Act. - ERIC|
The proceedings of a 1985 House of Representatives hearing to amend Section 615 of the Education of the Handicapped Act are presented. The hearing focused on questions of paying for attorneys fees in special education due process decisions. Statements are presented by representatives of policy makers, parents, and professional associations regarding a proposed bill, the Handicapped Children's Protection Act of 1985...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Costs; Court Litigation; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Hearings; Lawyers; Legal Problems; Parent School Relationship
|ERIC ED259448: Dismissing Incompetent Teachers. ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management: ERIC Digest, Number Five. - ERIC|
Dismissing incompetent tenured teachers is a difficult and time-consuming task. Contrary to popular opinion, however, that task is not impossible. Effective dismissal of incompetent teachers requires thorough, valid, and well-documented evaluation procedures, appropriate remediation efforts, and a fair hearing prior to dismissal. (TE)
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrator Responsibility; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Teacher Administrator Relationship; Teacher Discipline; Teacher Dismissal; Teacher Evaluation; Teacher Improvement
|ERIC ED306647: The Charter, Educational Administration and U.S. Case Law: Contracting Legal Norms and Traditions. - ERIC|
The historical, political, and legal evolution of Canada and its traditions has differed from that of the United States' uncritical adoption of U.S. case law. Canada's 1982 Charter, the counterpart of the United States Bill of Rights, is discussed. This paper examines the fundamental differences between Canadian and U.S. value patterns and legal norms; the argument is then tested by applying discussion conclusions to two areas of school law--due process and student rights...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Liberties; Due Process; Educational Administration; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Laws; Norms; School Law; Student Rights
|ERIC ED356517: The Due Care Paradigm of School Leadership. - ERIC|
The Due Care paradigm for the successful restructuring of organizations is presented in this paper, with attention to the paradigm's role in creating a fundamental shift from vertical (top/down) decision making to shared governance. The first section explains how due care is linked to three legal terms in tort law--substantive due process, due diligence, and due regard. The five principles of substantive due process include knowledge of expectations, assistance, results, corrective action, and m...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrative Change; Due Process; Educational Administration; Elementary Secondary Education; Models; Organizational Change; Organizational Theories; Theory Practice Relationship
|ERIC ED330164: The EHA and Mainstreaming: Has the Idaho Supreme Court Taken a Step Backward? - ERIC|
The paper examines an Idaho Supreme Court decision (Thornock versus Boise Independent School District) that placement of a severely handicapped student in a regular classroom with the assistance of an aide was preferable to placement in a segregated special education classroom. The paper argues that this decision is contrary to the provisions of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, to Congressional intent, and to established case law which has held that the least restrictive environme...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Court Litigation; Due Process; Educational Legislation; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Mainstreaming; Severe Disabilities; Student Placement
|Our Protest Against Bogus Court Proceedings And The Denial Of Due Process - Cibeles Jolivette Gonzalez|
This is a December 16th 2010 letter that was written a day after the Family Court judge decided that she would end all trials and send her verdict by mail!We never in a year and a half got a chance to present evidence to speak after our two sons were taken away from us two years ago without an investigation. The second part of the report sent is found at the link below: Protest Against Bogus Court Proceedings 2nd Part A Recent Letter That We Wrote Protesting An Error That Was Made With Our Yo...
Keywords: DCYF abuse; civil rights violations; activism; foster care; justice; false accusations; kangaroo court; due process; Constitutional rights
|ERIC ED236815: Technical Assistance Papers. A Series on PL 94-142 and Related Oregon Laws. Specific Learning Disabilities, Technical Assistance Paper 4. - ERIC|
The paper is intended to provide Oregon schools with guidance on interpretations regarding evaluation of children with specific learning disabilities (LD), as required by the regulations for the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, P.L. 94-142. A list of definitions is followed by guidelines for protection in evaluation procedures with all handicapped children and for re-evaluation. Procedures for evaluating students with specific LD are then summarized, and components of the evaluation p...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Eligibility; Federal Legislation; Handicap Identification; Learning Disabilities; State Standards; Student Evaluation; Student Placement
|ERIC ED234475: ASCD Statement on Censorship. - ERIC|
THE FOLLOWING IS THE FULL TEXT OF THIS DOCUMENT: Conflicts over schools in general and curriculum and materials in particular have increased in recent years. A contributing factor is that organized groups, determined to reform society by imposing their values on others, insist that textbooks and other educational materials reflect their views. Whether educators agree or disagree with concerns expressed by critics, they must act responsibly...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Censorship; Community Role; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Guidelines; Instructional Materials; Media Selection; Position Papers; Textbook Selection
|ERIC ED384614: Standard Setting as Psychometric Due Process: Going a Little Further Down an Uncertain Road. - ERIC|
The concept of due process provides an analogy for the process of standard setting that emphasizes many of the procedural and substantive elements of the process over technical and statistical concerns. Surely such concerns can and should continue to be addressed. However, a sound rationale for standard setting does not rest on this foundation. Standard setting on educational assessments will continue to be a fundamental concern because it inescapably involves the collection and synthesis of hum...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Criteria; Decision Making; Due Process; Educational Assessment; Evaluative Thinking; Knowledge Level; Psychometrics; Standard Setting (Scoring); Standards; Synthesis
|ERIC ED289309: How to Participate Effectively in Your Child's IEP Meeting. - ERIC|
This single-sheet eight panel brochure provides guidelines for parents on effective participation in meetings with school personnel to discuss their child's individualized education program (IEP). Included are an explanation of what the IEP contains; the settings in which it can be implemented; the non-academic, extracurricular, and supportive services which should be made available; how parents can prepare for the IEP meeting; specific suggestions for participating in the meeting; and procedure...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Individualized Education Programs; Parent Participation; Parent Rights; Parent Teacher Conferences
|ERIC ED217609: The Impartial Hearing Officer: A Procedural Safeguards Training Manual for Utah. - ERIC|
The manual for due process hearing officers in Utah provides information on prehearing activities, hearing activities, decision making processes, and final reporting on hearings regarding conflicts or disagreements between the parents and the school district concerning the most appropriate educational program for the handicapped child. An introductory section provides background information on the handicapped child's right to an education, definitions used in the manual, general information for ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Decision Making; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Hearings; Role Perception; Student Rights
|ERIC ED375013: Justice for All, All for Justice. - ERIC|
This document presents three articles on law-related education (LRE) written either by or for students. Brent Halling, a senior at Castle High School in Newburgh, Indiana, opens the collection with an article on how due process protects rights. Halling explains the concept of due process and illustrates its reach through the case of Kenneth Donaldson, whom the Supreme Court freed in 1975 from a coerced confinement in a Florida mental hospital...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Citizenship Education; Criminal Law; Due Process; High Schools; Justice; Law Related Education; Racial Integration; Social Studies
|ERIC ED336884: Client Assistance Program: A Rehabilitation Resource. Institute on Rehabilitation Issues (15th, Tampa, Florida, December 1988). - ERIC|
This report provides guidelines for Client Assistance Programs (CAPs), established to assist applicants and clients of programs and facilities funded under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This report developed out of a study to provide information to increase cooperative approaches of benefit to both programs and clients and to create training materials for CAP and rehabilitation program personnel...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Advocacy; Agency Cooperation; Delivery Systems; Disabilities; Due Process; Evaluation Methods; Federal Legislation; Rehabilitation; Services; Staff Development; Standards
|ERIC ED217610: The Impartial Hearing Officer: A Procedural Safeguards Training Manual for Wyoming. - ERIC|
Intended for the Impartial Due Process Hearing Officer, the manual provides information on hearing procedures with particular emphasis on Wyoming's rules and regulations and the mandates of P.L. 94-142 (the Education for All Handicapped Children Act). Chapter I reviews the constitutional and legislative background for due process procedures. Chapter II points out circumstances when a hearing may be initiated by either the parent or public education agency...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Hearings; Role Perception; State Legislation; Student Rights
|ERIC ED386003: Handbook on: Rights, Responsibilities, Procedures. - ERIC|
This handbook presents policies and procedures that affect three schools operated by the Illinois Department of Rehabilitation Services to serve students with disabilities: the Illinois Center for Rehabilitation and Education-Roosevelt, Illinois School for the Deaf, and the Illinois School for the Visually Impaired. The handbook includes information on the code of conduct; rights and responsibilities of students, parents, and staff members; infractions; disciplinary actions; and the appeals proc...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Deafness; Disabilities; Discipline Policy; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Guidelines; Rehabilitation Centers; School Policy; Special Schools; Student Behavior; Student Responsibility; Student Rights; Visual Impairments
|ERIC ED372504: Reduction in Force. School Management Advisor, Issue 24. - ERIC|
This document examines the legal requirements for the reduction in force (RIF) of North Carolina Department of Public Instruction employees, with a focus on certified (instructional) staff. A question-and-answer section discusses areas of concern to administrators about the reduction-in-force process. North Carolina State law relating to the RIF process is highlighted, specifically: the system of employment for public school teachers, grounds for dismissal, the hearing procedure, and the appeals...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compliance (Legal); Dismissal (Personnel); Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Employment Practices; Grievance Procedures; Personnel Policy; Reduction in Force; State Legislation; Teacher Rights
|ERIC ED378768: Mediation as an Option in Special Education. Final Report. - ERIC|
This synthesis paper examines the use of mediation to improve parent-school district communication and resolve disagreements in special education. It focuses on the development and implementation of mediation as a viable alternative to the formal hearing process under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). After an introduction, the first section describes state mediation models in five states: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire, and Pennsylvania...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compliance (Legal); Conflict Resolution; Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Legislation; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Hearings; Special Education; State Programs
|Foreclosure Teach In with Matt Weidner, April Charney and More|
Foreclosure Teach in Seminar with Matt Weidner, April Charney, Henry Trawick and others discuss the current foreclosure disaster and how it has all but destroyed any hope for due process or the observance of the Florida Rules of civil procedure. Valuable information is provided by this mega panel. Be sure to help share this audio with any and all victims of a fraudulent foreclosure process.
Keywords: Foreclosure; Teach in; Fraudclosure; Fraud; Due Process; Civil Procedure; Hamlet; Weidner; Trawick; Charney; Lisa; Epstein; Sarasota; October; 15th; 2011; Mortgage; Justice
|ERIC ED371696: University Policies and Procedures on Sexual Harassment. - ERIC|
Sexual harassment complaints are challenges to the abuse of power in certain kinds of communicative relationships, and sexual harassment policies and procedures are ways of defining the responsible exercise of power and providing the means to address grievances that result from irresponsible and potentially harmful uses of power in those relationships. Harassment in colleges and universities can be particularly abusive, especially in relationships between faculty and students, because of the spe...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrative Policy; Civil Rights; Due Process; Higher Education; Individual Power; Personnel Policy; Power Structure; School Policy; Sexual Abuse; Sexual Harassment; Teacher Student Relationship
|ERIC ED268677: Academic Penalties for Student Misconduct. - ERIC|
A review of court opinions on school discipline suggests that the use of academic penalties as a sanction for student misconduct is widespread and increasing. In 12 cases during the past decade examined in this chapter, students won 5 and lost 7. In challenges of school board policies that assess academic penalties for truancy, students won in three and lost in four cases. In challenges of policies that include grade reduction with suspensions, students won in two and lost in three cases...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Court Litigation; Discipline Policy; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Grades (Scholastic); School Law; Student Rights; Student School Relationship; Suspension; Truancy
|ERIC ED268680: Arbitrary and Capricious Nonrenewal Decisions. - ERIC|
This chapter discusses the question, To what degree is the school board limited by the requirement that it not be arbitrary or capricious in deciding not to renew a probationary teacher? When teachers have been notified that their employment contracts will not be renewed, they are responsible for initiating a review of the decision. If the school has a procedure for internal review, the employee must request this review before seeking judicial review...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Board of Education Policy; Contracts; Court Litigation; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Instructional Improvement; Probationary Period; School Law; State Legislation; Teacher Dismissal
|ERIC ED254051: Rights and Responsibilities of Parents and Schools in the Education of Handicapped Children = Derechos y Responsabilidades de los Padres de Familia y los Distritos Escolares en la Educacion de los Ninos Incapacitados. - ERIC|
The booklet is intended to help Arizona parents understand their role in the education of handicapped children. A question and answer format draws upon contents of P.L. 94-142, The Education for All Handicapped Children Act; Arizona revised statutes; and the State Board of Education rules and regulations. Four main topics are covered: (1) identification, evaluation, and placement; (2) records; (3) due process; and (4) parents, schools, and special education (which includes information on resolvi...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Elementary Secondary Education; Handicap Identification; Parent Materials; Parent Role; Parent School Relationship; Student Evaluation; Student Placement; Student Records
|ERIC ED256871: Fourteenth Amendment Considerations and Competency Testing. - ERIC|
The implementation of any competency testing program must take into consideration the due process clause and the Equal Protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Examples of the violation of the due process clause would be to implement a testing program without adequate notice or to cover material not taught. Instructional validity must be shown, preferably by a formal study by an outside or unbiased agency...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Career Education; Court Litigation; Due Process; Equal Protection; Federal Legislation; Minimum Competency Testing; Program Implementation; Social Discrimination; Test Validity; Validity; Vocational Education
|ERIC ED294381: Address of Wm. Bradford Reynolds. - ERIC|
This speech, presented at the "Symposium for the Advancement of Non-Aversive Behavioral Management" by the counselor to the Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General from the U.S. Department of Justice, supports the view that use of aversive procedures on institutionalized severely handicapped individuals is inappropriate. The 14th amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees safe living conditions and freedom from unnecessary bodily restraints, and may be violated when aversive stimuli a...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Behavior Modification; Behavior Standards; Civil Rights; Court Litigation; Due Process; Equal Protection; Institutionalized Persons; Intervention; Outcomes of Treatment; Reinforcement; Severe Disabilities; Value Judgment
|ERIC ED298637: A Discussion of School Law and Other Related Topics. - ERIC|
A discussion of school law, defined as how the educational system is impacted upon by the law, is addressed as it relates two major issues to the Catholic or parochial schools. In an overview of the legal system, the types of courts, the nature of legal precedents, and the levels within the judiciary are reviewed. The first major issue centers around the question of due process as it relates to students' rights...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrative Policy; Catholic Schools; Court Litigation; Discipline Policy; Due Process; Educational Policy; Elementary Secondary Education; Legal Responsibility; Politics of Education; Safety; School Law; Student Rights
|ERIC ED260530: California Special Education Programs: A Composite of Laws. Education Code-Part 30 and Other Related Laws. Revised to Cover Laws Enacted during 1984. - ERIC|
The guide presents a composite of part 30 of California's education code which deals with special education. An introduction explains the history of the law, noting the passage of five legislative bills during 1984 which amended, added, or repealed special education sections. The revised part 30 is presented with the following headings: general provisions, administration; elements of the local plan; identification and referral, assessment, instructional planning, implementation, and review; earl...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Early Childhood Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Financial Services; Handicap Identification; Program Evaluation; Referral; Special Education; State Legislation; Student Evaluation; Vocational Education
|ERIC ED309610: Study of the Special Education Initial Referral and Placement Process in MCPS Elementary Schools. - ERIC|
The study examined procedures utilized in 28 elementary schools in Montgomery County (Maryland) when a student is found to have academic or behavioral problems that make functioning in the regular classroom difficult. The study examined one part of special education--how the school system initially identifies students for special services. The study reviewed 650 students to determine how many received a handicapped code and which code they received...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Behavior Problems; Disabilities; Due Process; Educational Diagnosis; Elementary Education; Handicap Identification; High Risk Students; Learning Problems; Management Teams; Problem Solving; Referral; Special Education; Student Placement
|ERIC ED288118: Legal Rights of College Students: A History of Cases, Controversies and Court Decisions. - ERIC|
The legal rights of college students have changed substantially over the years, particularly during the 20th century. This paper provides a historical sketch of student rights, including a listing of significant events and cases, from the founding of Harvard College in 1636 to the bicentennial of the Constitution and the 50th anniversary of the Student Personnel Point of View in 1987. Key legal issues and the court decisions that stemmed from them are presented...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; College Students; Court Litigation; Due Process; Freedom of Speech; Higher Education; History; Legal Problems; Privacy; Search and Seizure; Student Rights
|ERIC ED289303: A Parent's Guide to Education of the Handicapped Child. - ERIC|
This booklet serves as an introduction to the special education process in North Dakota as well as a parent's guide to rights and services provided under the law. The document begins with a brief description of Public Law 94-142, the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, and the process for receiving special education services. Section II describes the child referral and evaluation process which leads to a placement decision...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Disabilities; Due Process; Early Childhood Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Legislation; Individualized Education Programs; Parent Rights; Parent School Relationship; Referral; Special Education; Student Evaluation; Student Placement
|ERIC ED284524: The College, the Constitution, and the Consumer Student. ERIC Digest. - ERIC|
Recent legal developments concerning college students and colleges and universities are summarized, with a focus on constitutional issues related to the rights of students to organize, the collection and allocation of mandatory student activity fees, and the protection of freedom of speech regarding commercial enterprises. The status of educational malpractice and implications for policy and practice are considered...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Rights; College Buildings; College Students; Compliance (Legal); Constitutional Law; Court Litigation; Due Process; Educational Malpractice; Higher Education; Legal Responsibility; Religious Organizations; Student Organizations; Student Rights